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Hyphae grow together in masses called A. rhizoids. B. fruiting body. C. mycelium. D. mycorrhizae.
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User: Hyphae grow together in masses called A. rhizoids. B. fruiting body. C. mycelium. D. mycorrhizae.

Weegy: Hyphae grow together in masses called mycelium.
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User: Spores are released from the structure for cell "E" in the graphic organizer. These spores are A. homozygous. B. haploid. C. diploid. D. heterozygous.

Weegy: Spores are released from the structure for cell "E" in the graphic organizer. These spores are haploid.
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User: What did Adam and Alise really see? A. The mushrooms and tree logs were exchanging genetic material. B. The mushrooms were decomposing the dead tree logs. C. The mushrooms were only anchored to the dead logs and were undergoing photosynthesis. D. The mushrooms were helping the trees to stay alive.

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